The Amherst papyri; being an account of the Greek papyri in the collection of the Right Hon. Lord Amherst of Hackney, F. S. A. at Didlington hall, Norfolk
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Papyri now in possession of Pierpont Morgan. cf. S. De Ricci. English collectors, 1930, p. 166
pt. 1. The ascension of Isaiah, and other theological fragments. With nine plates.-pt. 2. Classical fragments and documents of the Ptolemaic, Roman and Byzantine periods; with an appendix containing additional theological fragments. Twenty-five plates